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About the course
The Business of Culture Program is an executive program for leaders from the arts and culture sector in the Nordic and Baltic regions. The program is tailored to enrich and develop participants’ understanding of how effective leadership, management, and networking can transform their organizations. It equips leaders and executives with strategies and tools to effectively advance their organizations.
This is a joint program with Gothenburg University School of Executive Education, and in cooperation with the Nationalmuseum - the largest art and design museum in Sweden.
The program will draw on the multiple perspectives – innovation, leadership, design, and strategy – of an organization engaging in future processes to explore potential change in arts, culture, and creativity.
Join the program to build your business acumen and contribute to finding unique ways for art and culture institutions to stay relevant and have a greater impact on society. Meet and network with other leaders and experts and explore new and innovative concepts.
Who should attend
The program is designed for professionals working in arts and culture organizations in Nordic and Baltic countries. The applicant should be in a leadership position and highly motivated to take their skills to the next level. The program is for dynamic experts who are eager to grow as leaders and are enthusiastic in embracing and living the business of culture. We are seeking both young and seasoned practitioners to stimulate cross-fertilization of ideas, insights, and experience.
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Biography David Purdy joined New York University Stern School of Business as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Management Communication in September 2012, after having been an adjunct lecturer since 2010. He teaches both MBA and undergraduate courses through Stern's Management Communication Depa...
Dr. Pekka Mattila serves as a Professor of Practice at the Aalto University School of Business. He works frequently with both European and Asian executive audiences on themes of strategic management and agility, strategy co-creation, business model innovation, executive leadership, top team dynam...
Ben Nothnagel is an expert in self-development and applied neuro-science and has been a member of Aalto EE’s faculty for many years. His concepts of applied neuro-science have also been incorporated into the leadership development programs of many global corporations. He is an Attorney at Law, a...
Adjunct Professor (docent), Computer Science, Aalto SCI. Risto Sarvas lives a triple-life as a designer, lecturer, and researcher. The common denominator between these three roles is his endless enthusiasm to figure out how technology and society are intertwined: as a culture, in politics, in bu...
My work focuses on turning ideas into improvements and innovations. In developing the Design Factory, I have worked with a wide range of stakeholders for building support for interdisciplinary academic efforts, teaching development skills, and designing user-centered solutions to complex problems...
Johan Magnusson, PhD, is an associate professor at the Department of Applied IT, University of Gothenburg. There he acts as head of the division for information systems, and as a co-director for the Swedish Center for Digital Innovation. He has a background in management accounting and devotes h...
Sanne Kofod Olsen
Sanne Kofod Olsen is Dean at the Faculty of Fine, Applied and Performing Arts at Gothenburg University since 2018 and was before that the Vice-Chancellor at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts/Kunsthal Charlottenborg in Copenhagen. Since 2005 she has been the executive manager at Funen Art Aca...
Dr. Susanna Pettersson is Director General at Nationalmuseum, Sweden. She is an art historian specializing in museum history and collection studies. Before moving to Stockholm, she worked as Director of the Ateneum Art Museum, Finnish National Gallery. Dr. Pettersson has worked for more than twe...